This Week In History: The Beatles, Compact Discs, Whitney Houston, and Michael JacksonReady, set, let's go back with another 'Week in History' where we find out what The Beatles were really thinking about themselves; what Paul & Linda were smoking; a new way to listen to music; Whitney goes larger than life; and the 'King of Pop' goes incognito!
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Reunite in the StudioRingo Starr is currently working on the follow-up to 2015’s Postcards From Paradise. On Sunday (February 19), Starr posted a few updates from the studio.
Musicians Wish Fans a Happy Valentine's DayKaty Perry, Paul McCarteny and Miley Cyrus are just a few of the artists to spread the love.
Paul McCartney Shares Previously Unreleased 'Twenty Fine Fingers'The track is a collaboration with Elvis Costello.
Paul McCartney Sues Sony Over Beatles Publishing: Report2018 is big year for The Beatles publishing.
This Week In History: The Monkees, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Buffett, and AdeleIt doesn’t get any weirder than this week in music history as we head back with the introduction of the Monkees; The East Street band plays to the smallest crowd ever; Sir Paul gets busted in Japan; Jimmy Buffet should have flown a little higher over Jamaica; and Adele is larger than life!!!
Bruce Springsteen, Solange, Paul McCartney Attend Obamas' Farewell BashKelly Rowland posed for a photo with Usher and Wale while Legend hobnobbed with Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld.
Will Beyoncé & Jay Z, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, Springsteen Attend Obama Farewell Party?The word on the street is that President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are planning one heck of a farewell party.
Paul McCartney Joins The Killers for New Year's Eve Performance of 'Helter Skelter'When you're a Russian billionaire, you can make a lot of things happen.
Paul McCartney Joins Fallon, 'Sing' Cast For 'Wonderful Christmastime'Cast members from the new movie Sing were joined by none other than the songwriter himself.
Paul McCartney’s ‘Flowers in the Dirt’ Deluxe Edition Coming in 2017Paul McCartney has been re-releasing his catalogue in order to offer fans additional formats and bonus material, and now he’ll be sharing Flowers in the Dirt from The Paul McCartney Archive Collection in 2017.
John Lennon's Angry Letter Fetches $30,000 at Auction"I'll forgive Paul for encouraging the Beatles — if he forgives me for the same — for being — ‘honest with me and caring too much!'" Lennon wrote.